Category: Europe

Zen barging on The Boathouse

Romancing London’s waterways

All aboard The Boathouse, a sophisticated barge in the heart of West London. Made.com designed Scandinavian-inspired interiors will have you smiling from the elegant, chic light fixtures to the luxuriously…

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The scent of Roja Dove, a little luxury

Perfectly perfumed with Roja Dove

He had me at olfactive perfection. I have a serious perfume problem. It’s not 12-step bad, but close. So when the only man in the world able to discern 800…

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Secret pools outside accent interiors designed by Zeffirelli friend, set designer of stage and screen, Renzo Mongiardino

Romantic ‘I do’s’ at Franco Zeffirelli’s Villa Treville

Home of Russian writer Mikhail Semenov and later, sanctuary to Hollywood heavy-hitter Franco Zeffirelli––you will wish the walls could talk at Villa Treville. Positano, Italy Legendary literary luxury, if only…

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Guenja, the home of Mikael and Anki Vinka, rests under ancient mountains alongside the ancient glacial lake of Lilla-Tjulträsket

Sweden’s secret food style revealed

Walking through the tundra lands of Swedish Lapland, the region’s respect and reverence for nature is evident. Swedes abide by the tenet of “Freedom to Roam” — the freedom for…

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Lavender fields near Village of Roussillon

Provençal Delicacies

It’s been a long time since you considered your tastes and how they may have changed. The inclusion of the “gastronomic meal of the French” on the UNESCO list of…

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The Square Cured Cornish mackerel, pink radish, chive

Mayfair’s one-Michelin star ‘The Square’ – a symphony of flavours

Nestled within art galleries in London’s Mayfair neighbourhood, The Square elevates haute cuisine to the level of art in a tantalising adventurous assault on the senses and exploration of the…

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Entrance of the Museè du Parfum Fragonard, Paris

The history and mystery of perfume

The history of perfume doesn’t only smell fabulous but also captivates with ancient and modern objects d’art as beautiful as they are mysterious. Paris Hone your nose at Musee du…

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The empty walls of Villa Santo Sospir called to the poet who began to adorn the home by Marina Melia

Dining amongst work of art in the French Riviera

The Mediterranean’s balmy blue skies and St Jean Cap-Ferrat’s luxurious setting could very well be the definition of paradise on earth. Michelin-starred Executive Chef Yoric Tièche at Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat…

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Only YOU Boutique

Made in Madrid

On the surface, Madrid is possibly one of Europe’s most attractive capital cities. It’s all elegant, wide boulevards, colourful plazas lined by frescoed buildings, striking wrought-iron balconies on historic mansions…

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Salt whipped sea views at Madreterra, Ionian islands

Exploring Europe’s boutique villa scene

From Tuscan charm to the citrus sweet shores of the South of France, Europe is abuzz with beautiful villas offering idyllic stays. France, Italy & Greece From Tuscan charm to…

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